|Stock Predictor - http://www.ashkon.com/predictor/index.html|
This is a stock charting and investment strategy performance analysis software for financial market information. It displays several technical indicators for a single security on the same chart, maintains predefined lists of securities and tests your own investment strategies. Stock Predictor has a dozen built-in technical indicators and four hundred investment strategies. One-click buy and sell feature gives you an opportunity to apply a trading strategy to a given security and view a cumulativ...
Keywords: Stock Predictor; Business; Finance; Stock quotes; Stock Predictor
|How to Determine the Sex of a Baby in the Womb - Mia Aiden|
IntelliGender has developed the first in-home Gender Prediction Test. Girl or Boy? Share the joy! As early as 10 weeks of pregnancy.http://www.intelligender.com/
Keywords: Gender -Prediction; Baby-Gender-Predictor
|You Are A Pregnant Woman|
Intelligender is one of the best baby gender prediction kit which is affordable,simple to use.Intelligenger kit helps you to guess the baby gender and makes your family compete. To know more logon to http://www.intelligender.com/home.html.
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|Is It A Baby Girl..? Or A Boy..?|
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|Baby Gender Predictor Kit|
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|iModel Predictor - http://www.pececillo.com|
This prediction and forecasting tool discovers the patterns within your data and uses them to make predictions. A prediction can be made using a simple Excel formula or by using a wizard. One model can be used to predict any field within it.
Keywords: iModel Predictor; Business; MS-Office add-ons; MS-Excel; iModel Predictor
|Girl or Boy? I know it!!! Do you?|
A Mother-to-be? Are you Curious to find the gender of your child before sonogram? We at IntelliGender provide you an easy way to fulfil your desire. To know more logon to http://www.intelligender.com/home.html
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|BSTJ 61: 5. May-June 1982: Adaptive Intra-Interframe DPCM Coder. (Pirsch, P.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 61: 5. May-June 1982 pp 747-764. Adaptive Intra-Interframe DPCM Coder. (Pirsch, P.)
Keywords: predictor; prediction; entropy; adaptive; coding; dpcm; frame; pel; coder; vector; variable length; predictor selection; prediction error; predictor function; previous frame; bell system; predictor functions; system technical; dpcm coder; adaptive prediction
|Baby Boy Or Baby Girl|
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|ERIC ED240439: Hypnotic Treatment of Smoking. - ERIC|
Prior studies of hypnotic treatment of smoking have reported abstinence rates of between 17 and 88 percent at six months, but few have investigated procedures or forms of suggestions. To compare the effectiveness of positive and negative hypnotic suggestions and self-hypnosis for cessation of smoking, 32 subjects were assigned to one of four treatment groups: (1) negative suggstions alone; (2) negative suggestions plus self-hypnosis; (3) positive suggestions alone; and (4) positive suggestions p...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Behavior Change; Hypnosis; Predictor Variables; Smoking
|dec :: tech reports :: WRL-TN-36|
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.dec :: tech reports :: WRL-TN-36
Keywords: branch; wrl; predictor; prediction; global; history; bimodal; branches; predictors; report; global history; branch prediction; wrl technical; technical note; branch address; combined predictor; address bits; predictor performance; branch predictors; branch history
|ERIC ED388714: A Monte Carlo Study of the Effects of Model Misspecification on HLM Estimates. - ERIC|
Monte Carlo methods were used to investigate the effect of misspecification of the second level in a two-level hierarchical linear model (HLM). Sample composition, heterogeneity of the group size, level of intraclass correlation, and correlation between second-level predictors were manipulated. Each of 20 generated data sets was analyzed nine times with the HLM program, corresponding to the correct model and eight types of misspecification...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Correlation; Estimation (Mathematics); Models; Monte Carlo Methods; Predictor Variables; Sample Size
|ERIC ED354474: Autonomy as a Predictor of Marital Violence. - ERIC|
Recent qualitative investigations of abusive men have indicated that power and control of the wife are central themes in incidents of marital violence. Furthermore, anecdotal and empirical evidence suggest that abusive husbands hold more traditional sex-role stereotypes, are more possessive and jealous, and are more controlling than nonabusive husbands. This study investigated the effects of discrepancies between the affiliation needs of wives and husbands on marital violence...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Affiliation Need; Battered Women; Family Violence; Marital Instability; Marriage; Personal Autonomy; Predictor Variables; Spouses
|ERIC ED333320: Predicting Counselors' Test Use Practices. - ERIC|
This survey examined the test use practices of counselors who belong to either or both of two divisions of the American Association for Counseling and Development: the American School Counselors Association, and the Association for Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. A questionnaire covering test use patterns, test administration, selection and interpretation practices, and acquaintance with test use guidelines was completed by 672 counselors...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Counselors; Evaluation Methods; Evaluation Utilization; Measurement Techniques; Predictor Variables; Test Interpretation; Test Use; Testing
|ERIC ED320090: Models of Physiology/Cognition Relations: Their Prevalence in the Literature and Their Utility in Examining the Effect of Blood Pressure on Vocabulary and Memory for Designs. - ERIC|
Interest in physiology/cognition relations is increasing, in step with the realization that the individual ages as a whole, adaptive, living system. If a physiological system declines, a person's cognitive abilities may be reduced, unless some compensatory mechanism operates. Understanding this set of relationships permits potential interventions. This study explored the influences of blood pressure on memory for designs and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale vocabulary performance in terms of se...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Aging (Individuals); Cognitive Ability; Memory; Models; Physiology; Predictor Variables; Theories; Vocabulary
|ERIC ED320055: A Theoretical Model of Sexual Assault: An Empirical Test. - ERIC|
Koss and Dinero's (1987) comprehensive developmental model of sexual aggression asserts that sexual assault is in part a result of early sexual experiences and family violence; that sexually aggressive behaviors may be predicted by such "releaser" variables as current sexual behavior, alcohol use, and peer group support; and that use of aggression in heterosexual conflict predicts sexually assaultive behavior...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Aggression; College Students; Family History; Higher Education; Males; Models; Predictor Variables; Sexual Abuse; Sexuality
|ERIC ED329885: Violence as a Strategy of the Weak against the Strong: The Case of Siblings. - ERIC|
This paper considers the case of violence between siblings in the family, and describes findings based on a U.S. national sample that show the relatively frequent use of violence by weaker siblings against more powerful siblings. Analysis and theoretical discussion shows that even though strong actors have greater means for using violence, and weak actors are more likely to suffer from the use of violence than strong actors, the motive and opportunity structure of relatively powerless social act...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Family Relationship; Power Structure; Predictor Variables; Sibling Relationship; Siblings; Violence
|ERIC ED310330: Relationships between Personnel Tests, Age, and Job Performance. - ERIC|
The age decrement model has traditionally been a fairly popular model of the human life span. This model has the basic premise that with increasing age there is a corresponding decrease in a wide range of abilities. Not all research has agreed with the unqualified age decrement model. This study examined the relationship between an information-processing based test battery, job performance, and age using a sample of petroleum transport drivers (N=71)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adults; Age Differences; Aging (Individuals); Job Performance; Occupational Tests; Personnel Evaluation; Predictor Variables
|ERIC ED319323: From School to Higher Education in Australia. - ERIC|
The paper explores the question of why young people go on from school to higher education in Australia, viewing the decision as a function of individual attributes and situational characteristics. A theory to explain young people's decisions is developed, proposing that young people choose to go because they find higher education to be both attractive and attainable. A model is then advanced to predict the likelihood of a young person going on to higher education...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Attendance; Decision Making; Foreign Countries; Higher Education; Models; Predictor Variables; Student Characteristics
|ERIC ED311392: Physical Fitness and the Aging Driver. Phase I. - ERIC|
It is generally recognized that age, by itself, is not an adequate criterion with which to judge a person's ability to drive. Individuals do not age at the same rate, and there are large intraindividual differences in the aging process. This study, the first phase of a proposed two-phase research project, investigated the relationship of physical fitness to older driver performance by examining descriptively the relative contributions of various measures of cardiorespiratory efficiency, range of...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Age Differences; Aging (Individuals); Older Adults; Physical Fitness; Predictor Variables; Traffic Safety
|ERIC ED334521: Alcohol, Stress, and Violence in American Indian Families. - ERIC|
This study examined the link between alcohol use and domestic violence in the American Indian population. A total of 204 American Indian families and 2,007 non-American Indian Whites were analyzed using the 1985 National Family Violence Resurvey. The rates of family violence were first calculated by ethnicity, and then compared to a sample of non-American Indian White families. The second part of the analysis looked at spousal violence in American Indian families...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alcohol Abuse; Alcoholism; American Indians; Battered Women; Drinking; Family Violence; Predictor Variables; Stress Variables
|ERIC ED330493: Stress and Coping as Predictors of Young Children's Development and Psychosocial Adjustment. - ERIC|
A total of 38 children of 5-6 years in one of four early childhood or kindergarten programs participated in a study of the predictive relationship of stress and coping to development and psychosocial adjustment. Measures of independent variables included the Life Events Scale for Children, Family Invulnerability Test, Hassles Scale for Children, Analysis of Coping Style, and Chandler's Stress Response Scale...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Coping; Elementary School Students; Individual Development; Predictor Variables; Primary Education; Psychological Patterns; Stress Variables
|ERIC ED310331: Is High Self-Esteem a Precondition of "Normal" Behavior? - ERIC|
Self-esteem is widely perceived to be important. This study examined the role of self-esteem as a moderator of social behavior in a sample selected to represent a broad range on the self-esteem dimension. Student subjects representing high, medium, and low levels of self-esteem were selected from a large sample (N=1,051) such that those characterized as low in self-esteem expressed negative self-attitudes...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Predictor Variables; Self Esteem; Social Behavior; Student Attitudes; Students
|ERIC ED315451: Use of Structure Coefficients in Multivariate Educational Research: A Heuristic Example. - ERIC|
A small multivariate data set is used to illustrate the usefulness of structure coefficients when interpreting results of educational experiments. Data are analyzed using a multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), and results are interpreted in three different ways to determine the contribution of individual variables to prediction: (1) using multiple analyses of variance following a statistically significant MANOVA; (2) using standardized linear discriminant function coefficients; and (3) us...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Analysis of Variance; Educational Research; Heuristics; Multivariate Analysis; Predictor Variables
|ERIC ED383767: Interpreting Significant Discrete-Time Periods in Survival Analysis. - ERIC|
Discrete-time survival analysis is a new method for educational researchers to employ when looking at the timing of certain educational events. Previous continuous-time methods do not allow for the flexibility inherent in a discrete-time method. Because both time-invariant and time-varying predictor variables can now be used, the interaction of predictors with time becomes a reality. This article presents an approach to interpreting this interaction which involves testing for significance at eac...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Educational Research; Interaction; Prediction; Predictor Variables; Research Methodology; Simulation; Special Education; Time Factors (Learning)
|ERIC ED303737: Anger Symptomatology, Stress Reactivity and Health Status of Mid-Life Women. - ERIC|
This study examined psychological, behavioral, environmental, and sociodemographic predictors of health status in 87 mid-life women participating in a longitudinal investigation. Correlates of good health were found to be an optimistic disposition, internal locus of control, education, income, employment outside the home, moderate exercise, and adequate sleep. Variables negatively related to health were stress, external locus of control, packyears of smoking, post-menopausal status, body mass in...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Anger; Females; Locus of Control; Middle Aged Adults; Predictor Variables; Stress Management
|ERIC ED317906: Mother's Age and Physical Abuse of Children. - ERIC|
Young, poorly educated, single mothers from lower socioeconomic groups are commonly identified as being at high risk of engaging in physical abuse. However, the seemingly obvious relationship between adolescent parenting and child maltreatment is not clearly supported by previous empirical research. This study, based on an ecological framework, reexamined the issue using a nationally representative sample of mothers (N=1,997)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Age Differences; Child Abuse; Children; Family Size; Minority Groups; Mothers; Predictor Variables; Prevention
|ERIC ED335015: The Validity of a Multiple-Choice, Paper and Pencil Instrument in Discriminating between Masters and Nonmasters of Instructional Design. - ERIC|
While surveys have identified instructional design competencies, there has been virtually no systematic research of alternative means for assessing professional competence in this area. This paper reports on a study which investigated the question of whether a multiple-choice, paper and pencil test can validly discriminate between levels of professional competency in instructional design. The instructional design instrument was developed in three stages: (1) items were composed and revised until...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Competence; Discriminant Analysis; Higher Education; Instructional Design; Predictor Variables; Test Validity
|ERIC ED348594: Juvenile Delinquency: A Study of Massachusetts Juvenile Probationers. - ERIC|
Comparative research in juvenile delinquency provides criminal justice professionals with a mechanism for better decision-making. This study analyzed juvenile probationer arraignments and the offender risk/need classification assessment to better understand juvenile court careers and probation recidivism. Analyses were based on data generated by Massachusetts courts for juveniles (N=779) placed on probation during 1989...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Delinquency; Delinquent Rehabilitation; Juvenile Courts; Predictor Variables; Probationary Period; Recidivism; Youth Problems
|ERIC ED304603: Qualitative Versus Quantitative Social Support as a Predictor of Depression in the Elderly. - ERIC|
This study examined the relationship between qualitative and quantitative indicators of social support in the prediction of depression. Quantitative indicators were examined with regard to their direct effects on depression as well as their indirect effects through their relationship to perceived social support. Subjects were 301 community-dwelling elderly persons who were age 65 or older and in good physical and mental health...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Comparative Analysis; Depression (Psychology); Older Adults; Predictor Variables; Social Networks; Social Support Groups
|Presentation of Ligands on Hydroxylapatite - Chu, Barbara C. F.|
Conjugates of biotin with the decamer of glutamic acid (glu(sub 10)) and the trimer of D,L-2-amino-5-phosphonovaleric acid (I) have been synthesized, and it has been shown that they mediate the binding of avidin to hydroxylapatite. In a similar way a conjugate of methotrexate with glu(sub 10) mediates the binding of dihydrofolate reductase to the mineral. The presentation of ligands on the hydroxylapatite component of bone may find applications in clinical medicine.
Keywords: GRID GENERATION (MATHEMATICS); PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHODS; WINGS; COMPUTATIONAL GRIDS; LAPLACE EQUATION; AERODYNAMIC CONFIGURATIONS; FLAPPING; GAPS
|ERIC ED370032: Predictors of Postrape Trauma. - ERIC|
Women exhibit a wide range of responses to a sexual assault. This study focused on two factors that may either hinder or facilitate postrape recovery and which are potentially modifiable: (1) causal attributions; and (2) coping strategies. Rape survivors (n=105) seen at a sexual assault resource service in Minneapolis, Minnesota, completed measures of attributions, coping strategies, and recovery at seven time points...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Emotional Response; Prediction; Predictor Variables; Rape; Sexual Abuse; Victims of Crime
|ERIC ED358957: Mothers' Perceptions of Risk of Unintentional Injury to Young Children. - ERIC|
Two studies investigated how mothers of young children anticipate and interfere in events which may result in injury to their child. The first naturalistic study examined 150 mothers of firstborn children between 1 and 3 years old in Sweden. Mothers were interviewed and instructed in reporting about events which they anticipated would cause injury to their child, as well as any injury or near-injury occurring without being anticipated...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Accident Prevention; Accidents; Family Environment; Foreign Countries; Injuries; Mother Attitudes; Predictor Variables; Risk; Toddlers
|ERIC ED313378: An Integrative Model for Teaching Research Design. - ERIC|
This paper presents a model which illustrates the cyclical and interactive nature of the basic elements of the research design process. Rather than presenting each research design component in isolation, the model emphasizes their interrelationships. A brief discussion is presented on each of the following components of the model: (1) the "words" of research design--concepts, constructs, variables, and operational definitions; (2) observations and data collection--issues related to subject selec...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Data Collection; Educational Research; Higher Education; Predictor Variables; Research Design; Research Problems; Scientific Methodology
|ERIC ED353619: Effects of Gender and Communication Content on Leadership Emergence in Small Task-Oriented Groups. - ERIC|
A study examined the role played by gender and communication content in the leadership emergence process in small, task-oriented groups. Six hours of transcribed group interaction from a sample of the group deliberations of 6 mixed-sex groups of college students (n=27) engaged in a 4-month-long decision-making project served as the database for the analysis. A simple regression analysis identified task-relevant communication as being the sole significant predictor of emerged leadership...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Communication Research; Higher Education; Interpersonal Communication; Leadership; Predictor Variables; Sex Differences
|ERIC ED364606: The Importance of Structure Coefficients as against Beta Weights: Comments with Examples from the Counseling Psychology Literature. - ERIC|
Recent empirical studies of actual research practice demonstrate that general linear models, such as regression, have become increasingly popular. The present paper explores issues related to the interpretation of regression results, with illustrations drawn from studies in the counseling psychology literature. The primary focus of this paper is on the interpretation of structure as against beta weights...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Counseling Psychology; Literature Reviews; Mathematical Models; Predictor Variables; Regression (Statistics); Test Interpretation
|ERIC ED358496: Appearing To Deceive while Answering Questions: Suspicion Bias, Probing Effects, and the Nonverbal Primacy Effect in the Courtroom. - ERIC|
A study examined truth bias, probing, and prebriefing as they relate to perception of deception, and whether nonverbal cues can be stronger predictors of the perception of deception than verbal cues. Subjects, 113 students from a large western university, responded in their classrooms to 1 of 8 inductions formed to complete a 2 (probe, no probe) x 2 (prebrief, no prebrief) x2 (neighbor versus court-like setting) factorial design...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Cheating; Communication Research; Deception; Higher Education; Interpersonal Communication; Nonverbal Communication; Predictor Variables; Undergraduate Students
|ERIC ED341925: Drug Use and Sexual Risk Taking in a Sample of High Risk Adolescent Women. - ERIC|
Although studies document increases in both contraceptive use, and, more recently, in condom use among adolescents, rates of unintended pregnancies remain high and sexually transmitted diseases in adolescents are rising. The data presented here represent the first wave of data obtained in an ongoing longitudinal study of the patterns of drug use among pregnant and parenting adolescents (N=241) ranging in age from 12-17 years (at the time of the initial interview), living in a three county metrop...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; At Risk Persons; Diseases; Drug Use; Females; Longitudinal Studies; Predictor Variables; Pregnancy; Sexuality
|ERIC ED330708: Graphical Description of Johnson-Neyman Outcomes for Linear and Quadratic Regression Surfaces. - ERIC|
A modification of the usual graphical representation of heterogeneous regressions is described that can aid in interpreting significant regions for linear or quadratic surfaces. The standard Johnson-Neyman graph is a bivariate plot with the criterion variable on the ordinate and the predictor variable on the abscissa. Regression surfaces are drawn for each group. If there are regions of significance, their boundaries are noted either on the graph or in the text...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Computer Software; Graphs; Interactive Video; Predictor Variables; Regression (Statistics)
|ERIC ED311352: Predictors for Career Achievement in the Corporate Hierarchy. - ERIC|
Career achievement can be considered as a subset of career success, but it is not as concerned with the usual measures of success such as financial wealth and prestige as with reflecting the employee's movement through the corporate hierarchy. In this study objective career achievement was defined as referring to what society considers actual achievement, and perceived career achievement as referring to the individual's subjective, personal standards of career achievement...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrators; Career Choice; Careers; Congruence (Psychology); Employee Attitudes; Foreign Countries; Models; Predictor Variables; Success
|ERIC ED340958: The Victim Blame Process in Survivors of Physical Child Abuse. - ERIC|
A considerable literature has developed on the tendency to ascribe the "blame" for unfortunate life events on the victims of the misfortune. Previous research has not explored fully the victim blame tendency in the case of child physical abuse. This study investigated the relationship between the experience of physically abusive parenting and the process of victim blame attitudes toward abused children...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Abuse; College Students; Family Violence; Higher Education; Predictor Variables; Victims of Crime
|ERIC ED335576: Dysfunctional Cognitions and Marital Satisfaction: A Multidimensional Analysis. - ERIC|
The role of cognitions in marital relationships has received increasing attention. Specific beliefs about marital relationships have shown consistent correlations with overall marital satisfaction. As a measure of dysfunctional beliefs about intimate relationships, the Relationship Belief Inventory provides five dysfunctional beliefs scores. This study extended research in the area of unrealistic beliefs and marital satisfaction in two ways...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Beliefs; Evaluation Methods; Marital Instability; Marital Satisfaction; Marriage Counseling; Predictor Variables; Spouses; Test Validity
|ERIC ED334208: Interpretation of Standardized Regression Coefficients in Multiple Regression. - ERIC|
The extent to which standardized regression coefficients (beta values) can be used to determine the importance of a variable in an equation was explored. The beta value and the part correlation coefficient--also called the semi-partial correlation coefficient and reported in squared form as the incremental "r squared"--were compared for variables in 2,341 two-predictor equations and 8,670 three-predictor equations to examine the information they provided for evaluating variable importance...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Comparative Analysis; Correlation; Equations (Mathematics); Mathematical Models; Multiple Regression Analysis; Predictor Variables; Test Interpretation
|ERIC ED338965: Using the ABC-X Model To Understand Resilience. - ERIC|
Many fundamental questions about the functional meaning of resilience remain to be answered. There are many different approaches to resilience. Some studies have described functional characteristics of children who demonstrate resilience, while other studies have looked to the temperament of the child and characteristics of the environment to find predictors of later resilience. In both cases the variables identified as associated with resilience have not converged to form a parsimonious and pow...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adjustment (to Environment); Coping; Models; Predictor Variables; Resilience (Personality); Stress Management; Stress Variables
|First Landing Site Workshop for the 2003 Mars Exploration Rovers - NON|
This volume contains abstracts that have been accepted for presentation at the First Landing Site Workshop for the 2003 Mars Exploration Rovers, January 24-25, 2001.
Keywords: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS; PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHODS; FLOW DISTRIBUTION; ROTOR AERODYNAMICS; PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION; COMPUTER PROGRAMS
|ERIC ED314210: Children's Type A Behavior and Teacher Ratings of Social Skills. - ERIC|
Research has indicated that some Type A individuals lack social support networks; this study was designed to determine whether an alienating aspect of Type A behavior pattern (TABP) is evident in grade school children. As part of the study, two commonly used TABP scales for children, the Matthews Youth Test for Health (MYTH) Scale and the Hunter Wolf A-B Rating Scale (ABRS), were evaluated in an effort to determine which scale best predicted students' social competence...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Elementary Education; Elementary School Students; Interpersonal Competence; Predictor Variables; Rating Scales; Social Support Groups
|ERIC ED229131: Stability of Aggressive Behavior. - ERIC|
As indicated by multiple measures (including overt criminal behavior), stability of aggressive behavior was investigated across 22 years for males and females in a variety of situations. Originally, subjects included the entire population enrolled in the third grade in a semi-rural county in New York State. The sample included approximately 870 youngsters whose modal age at the time was 8 years. Interviews were conducted with 80 percent of the subjects' parents...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adults; Aggression; Children; Intelligence Quotient; Longitudinal Studies; Models; Personality Traits; Predictor Variables; Psychological Patterns